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The Fiat chassis number seen several years ago (hidden by the newish "ABARTH" ID plate) is "100D*1007399". The car had a different ID plate ("Cisitalia S.A. - Torino") when I saw it, perhaps a result of having come from Argentina where many Italian cars were sold there under the name of "Cisitalia"? But, it was not a "Cisitalia Argentina" ID plate which might seem more "normal" for such a car from Argentina? In short, it seemed like a cool car but there are some identity questions that would like clarification? Some upholstered panels were marked in crayon with the number "2" which seems a bit odd for an Allemano bodied car from this time period, even if it could be merely the last digit of an Allemano trim number having four or five digits? The engine was numbered in a way that I do not recall seeing elsewhere but it did not seem to have been altered. Some studies are warranted!
 
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